After what seemed an endless row of days without sun, its fiery blessings shone across the bay once more today. And after too many evenings of sunset deprivation, the colors were back as well.
 
A flock of black-headed seagulls sprinkled the pastels of dusk, their squawking concert so typical to our seashores, yet sorely missed when dimmed by fog.
 
The birds need light for successful fishing and judging from their antics of diving  and subsequent swallowing, the evening's buffet was bountiful.
 
 
 

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